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Mar 16, 2013 6:30pm EDT
if any of my information has changed. i hit no. any health conditions, issues i have. allergic to aspirin. and my insurance information. nothing changed there. a medical attendant will always be present with the unit, and they will go ahead and take my co-pay. the system went out and the software and found all the available plummets. it found there is an appointment for noon -- appointments. it found that there is an appointment for noon. i'm going to check in. the last part is a medical attendant will verify that i am who i say i am, with my license and id. it will go ahead and pull that andand show my license then we will go ahead and walk into the station there. a medical attendant will be here at all times to initiate the vital process. we will do that here. the vital process is height, weight, blood pressure, temperature. i'm going to go ahead and enter my height. i am 5'8". my weight, i will step on the scale here. go ahead and move around. go ahead and step on the scale. it is going to count my weight here. going to take my temperature, the last part of the vital process. this is a
CSPAN
Mar 18, 2013 8:00am EDT
to check in here. and it'll go ahead and ask me if any of my information has changed, i'll hit no. and any of my health conditions, allergic to aspirin. nothing's changed. and then my insurance information. we'll go ahead and hit nothing's changed there. then over here a medical attendant will always be present with the unit, and they will go ahead and take my co-pay, all right. and then -- here we go here. okay. the system has gone out in the software and found all the available appointments, and it looks here there's an appointment for noon, so i'm going to go ahead and check in. all right. hit finish. and then the last part is the medical attendant will verify that i am who i say i am with my license, id. so it'll go ahead and pull that up and verify and show my license and verify that i am who i say i am. then we'll go ahead and walk into the station here. so a medical attendant will be here at all times to initiate the vital process, and we'll go ahead and do that here. so the vital process is height, weight and blood pressure, temperature. i'm going to go ahead and enter my height, s
CSPAN
Mar 18, 2013 8:00pm EDT
is changed and i will hit now and then any of my health conditions or issues that i have, allergic to aspirin. nothing is has changed and then my insurance information so enter that here. then over here in medical attendant will always be present with the unit. they will go ahead and take my co-pay. all right. this has gone out in the software and found the available appointments and it looks like there's an appointment for noon so i will go ahead and check in. all right, and then finish and the last part is the medical attendant will verify that i am who i say i am with my license and i.d.. it will go ahead and pulled that up and verify and show my license and verify the input. then we will go ahead and walk into the station here. a medical attendant will be here at all times to initiate the vital process and we will go ahead and do that here. the vital process is height,, blood pressure and temperature. i will answer my height so i am 5 feet 8 inches here and my weight, i will step on the scale here. i will go ahead and move around. i will go ahead and step on the scale. i'm just going to c
CSPAN
Mar 30, 2013 6:30pm EDT
. if that allocation is zeroed out, can you give us an idea of how public tv will be changed? will it go away? >> it will be severely damaged. the first stations that would be affected the most severely are the rural stations, the places where we go where no one else goes. then the problem is that because we have a system which supports d soman and new york an forth, and the system breaks down because the smaller systems are not operate, then the bigger stations in boston and new york and washington and so forth will not have a distribution system that makes their programming possible and makes the service work for all americans. it is really important to have ,his federal contribution small as it is in the grand scheme of things. dollar a lot of that 5.35 -- $1.3 spends about $64 per citizen on public broadcasting. we spent $1.35. >> with the threat of sequester, the new budget coming up for this year, how does that affect your member stations? >> the sequester would reduce .ur grants by about 5% that equates to roughly $22 million or so. it will be distributed among the various licensees an
CSPAN
Mar 11, 2013 8:00am EDT
. remember, these are threats that come at us at the speed of light, and the threats change just about as fast. so the idea that too rigid a government regulation can solve this i si is misguided and wrong. what you need are the voluntary incentives for industries to keep up with it on their own. there's no way that a government regulatory process will ever be able to do that. >> host: what about when it comes to liability issues? >> guest: yeah. the key concern for liability is if an industry has threat information it would like to share some of that information with the government, there's a fear that they could be sued by shareholders or customers for sharing information with the government. so this is one of the areas that legislation is required. now, you still have to have privacy protections, you don't want to give away people's personal identifiable information. but there has to be a way for information sharing, the government sharing with private industry and private industry sharing back with the government. that's the only way that our country can be more secure. but there's
CSPAN
Mar 23, 2013 6:30pm EDT
december. there were some definition changes in that treaty. it was a divided vote. about 40% of the country showed up for the vote did not sign onto this treaty. 55 countries did not sign on. 89 did sign on to the treaty. about 49 countries did not show up to the treaty negotiations. the countries have until january 1 two sign onto this treaty. there's antime, constitutional invention that will go on in korea in november 2014. between now and then is a crucial time for the internet and u.s. foreign policy. that will happen between now and november 2014 that will shape the outcome. they will elect a new secretary- general. every right in the constitution , the country has been pushing for literally international regulation, like the internet. overhave been very patient the years. it sounds like black helicopter conspiracies, but it is not. i'm not optimistic. .he state department has a role we are all unified. congress is unified. we had a rare moment last year where the house and senate resolutions passed with both chambers and really underscoring our view of internet freedo
CSPAN
Mar 9, 2013 6:30pm EST
be more secure. there will need to be some changes and protections in the law in order to facilitate that sort of exchange. >> are there limitations on information sharing between companies? >> sure. absolutely. there are liability laws that limit that. some of the regulations from the regulators limit some of that. again, this is always a balancing act. you do not want companies in the same industry to share so much information that you get into serious antitrust issues. on the other hand, we do not want to let the theoretical be the enemy of the good. there has been a lot in the news lately about attacks coming at major u.s. financial institutions. they need to be able to share that information about those attacks so they can better or tech themselves. making sure it -- better protect themselves. making sure there is no legal concerns facilitating that exchange is part of where we need to go, i think. >> when it comes to cybersecurity, how do you see the role of the federal government in protect in private institutions such as banks, etc.? >> that is an evolving question. on the ar
CSPAN
Mar 4, 2013 8:00am EST
] is that right? >> yeah. so one of the things you're seeing for consumers is really changing the pc is using the touch interface. what if we take that a step further, right? what if your pc, you interface, you interact with it more like we interact, right? we use hand gestures, we use our face, so we've got some interesting things happening with facial recognition and gesture recognition part of our work under conceptual computing which is just a name we -- >> guest: the idea of natural interface. >> exactly. this is our new technology. this shows how you interact more naturally with your system, and this is an interesting demo. >> guest: it's got a dual camera, a 3-d camera that's on it. >> a dual camera. pretend we're doing a video conference with a skype application, so we're in this crowded, crazy environment, it can taken us and filter out automatically, puts in a virtual green screen behind us and fills in the back. say you're in a coffee shop and you want to do a video conference but you don't want everybody to distract them, they will -- >> guest: battery. >> it's been running for a
CSPAN
Mar 4, 2013 8:00pm EST
of the things you are seeing here for consumers is changing the paradigm of the pc is using touch interface but what if we take a step further? what if your pc, you are interacting with it more like how we interact. we use hand gestures and we use our face so they have interesting things happening with a short mission./ñ part of our work under perceptual computing which is the name we put to title the names together. this is our new perceptual technology and the shows you how you interact with your system. this one is an interesting demo. >> this has a dual 3-d camera. >> what this is showing is we are doing a videoconference with the skype application so say we are in this crowded environment. it can cut out and filter out automatically and puts in a virtual screen behind us and fills in the back here to say you are in a coffee shop and you want to do a video conference but you don't want them to see everybody around you because it's distracting. this automatically filters it out. we have to be plugged in. it's been running for a while but it filters out the background so you have more na
CSPAN
Mar 25, 2013 8:00am EDT
over the operations content and economics of the internet through some definition changes in the treaty. and it was a divided vote, about 40% of the countries that showed up for the vote did not sign onto this treaty, so about 55 countries did not sign on, about 89 did sign on, and about 49 countries at no time show up to the negotiation. now, the countries have until january 1 of 2015 to sign on to this treaty. in the meantime, there's a much bigger sort of constitutional convention that will go on in korea in november of 2014, and between now and then is a very crucial time for the internet and u.s. foreign policy. because there are steps and many meetings, international meetings across the globe that are going to happen between now and november 2014 that will shape that treaty outcome. it's the constitutional convention literally for the itu. they will elect a new secretary general, but by rewriting the constitution, the countries that have been pushing for international regulation of the internet will be able to take all their ideas a step forward. they've been very patient and pers
CSPAN
Mar 25, 2013 8:00pm EDT
in economics of the internet through definition changes in the treaty, and it was a divided vote. about 40% of the countries that showed up for the vote did not sign on to the treaty. 55 countries did not plan on, 89 signed on to the treaty, and 49 countries didn't show up to the treaty negotiations. now, the countries have until january 1st of 20 # 15 to sign on. in the meantime, there's a bigger, really sort of constitutional convention that will go on in korea in no -- november of 2014. between now and then is a crucial time for the u.s. and foreign policy because there are steps in many international meetings across the globe that happen in 2014 that shape that treaty outcome. it's constitutional convention literally from the icu to elect a new secretary general. by rewriting the constitution, the countries that have been pushing for, literally international regulation of the internet, will be able to take all of their ideas a step further. they've been very patient incrementalists, very per sis tent over the years, and they will not quit until their goals are realized. it sounds like
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